Six-time NBA champion Scottie Pippen is opening up his Chicago home to the public, offering a chance for superfans to experience what it is like to live like a champion.
This marks the first time Pippen will host on Airbnb. Guests will have an all-inclusive experience that features a virtual meet-and-greet at check-in with the champion and a chance to unleash their inner athlete at the indoor basketball court. The home opens just-in-time for fans to enjoy this year’s Olympic Games in Pippen’s personal theater, as well as archival footage from his historic win in Barcelona in 1992. Guests will also receive exclusive access to Olympic memorabilia as a part of the experience for just $92 USD per night.
Pippen is set to host three one-night stays for up to four people occurring on August 2, 4 and 6. For fans who are unable to book a stay at the house will be able to book an online experience through Airbnb with Pippen and his former 1992 Olympic teammates Larry Bird and Patric Ewing. Throughout the Olympics, Airbnb will continue to offer online experiences with 200+ Olympians and Paralympians.
Bookings for Scottie Pippen’s Chicagoland opens on July 20 at 1 p.m. EST.
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